You will learn how to do High Speed Design PCB Layout in Altium (DDR3, PCIE, SATA, Ethernet, etc.).
This video explains how to setup a Length Matching Rule and do Interactive Length Tuning in Altium Designer
Here is the list of most common high speed design rules:
In case you would like to COPY & PASTE component placement from an existing board to a new Altium project, you can do so very easily. Watch this video.
Choosing the correct VIA for a particular memory group and deciding on how PCB layers will be used can make DDR3 layout a lot easier.
You can find possible issues and fix them before your PCB goes into production. Have a look at these pictures >>
What you can see: Memory & Processor fanouts, DDR3 layout, Connecting Ethernet, HDMIE, PCIE, SATA, LVDS, USB, SD ... Length matching, Creating Power planes
This article will help you to decide on number of layers & layer ordering of your PCB.
After this course, you will know how to design a board in Altium Designer. A switching power supply design is used as an example.
WOW - Planning layout, that sounds really scary 🙂 but it can actually save you a lot of time.